|The board shall adopt rules:
a. To administer and enforce this chapter and chapters 43-58 and 43-59; b. That specify the scope of practice, which must be consistent with the required
education for each profession regulated by the board; c. That endorse equivalent licensure examinations of another state or foreign
country and which may include licensure by reciprocity; d.
That establish educational standards for each profession regulated by the board as appropriate; and e. That set fees for licensure, which may include: (1) Application fee;
(2) License fee; (3) Renewal fee; (4) Late fee; (5) Administrative fees; and (6)
Continuing education fees. 2. The board shall produce an annual list of the names and level of licensure of all
individuals licensed by the board and make the list available upon request. 3.
The board may employ staff and provide for staff compensation. 4. The board shall receive all moneys collected under this chapter, chapter 43-58, and chapter 43-59 and shall deposit and disburse all fees and moneys collected in accordance with section 54-44-12. 5. The board may establish continuing education requirements for license renewal. 6. The board may adopt a code of ethics for each profession regulated by the board.
During the 64th Legislative Assembly (2015), SB 2191 - NDCC 43-61-01 qualified an acupuncturist as a member of this board.